Immersive experience and thrills guaranteed!
The Barcelona Football Club offers you the opportunity to visit its mythical stadium: Camp Nou. After the Sagrada Familia, the Camp Nou is undoubtedly the other temple of the city. It is the largest stadium in Spain and Europe with a capacity of 99,354 seats. A FIFA approved stadium to host all world-class competitions, including the Champions League finals. Its tour lasts between one hour and half and 2 hours, it will lead you towards its lawn, the bench of the players while passing by the changing rooms, the press corridor, its chapel and finally its museum and the shop of the club. Legendary places for a football fan.
The visit of the stadium and the museum is called "Camp Nou Experience" because it is a real immersion in the universe of the "Blaugranas".
A once-in-a-lifetime visit!
Camp Nou Tour : 4 different solutions and tickets
1/ Camp Nou Tour skip the line Tickets
Ticket without queuing -100% mobile i.e., immediately sent by email, then printable or in your phone.
The Camp Nou visit includes:
- The visit of the stadium (locker room, tunnel, field, press zone, stadium...)
- The visit of the FC Barcelona Museum
- The Trophies Room
- The multimedia area
- The new Lionel Messi space
The Camp Nou Experience tickets prices
- For adults over 14 years: € 26
- For children from 6 to 13 years: € 20
- For children under 6 accompanied: free
2/ Camp Nou Tour, skip the line Tickets - Open Visit
This are the same Camp Nou tickets as the previous one but you do not have to give a date and time for your visit. This visit is called "open".
+ Moreover this ticket allows to order in advance an audio guide in English for a supplement of € 5/person.
- This interactive guide brings a real dimension to your visit of the museum and the Camp Nou stadium. You can interact with objects, trophies, visited places. You benefit from original contents: games, pictures, audios, videos as well as several routes to choose!
The Camp Nou Experience Open ticket price
- For adults over 14 years: € 30
- For children from 6 to 13 years: € 24
- For children under 6 accompanied: free
- + Audio guide in English for € 6 per person
3/ Combined Camp Nou Tour skip the line tickets + Hop on Hop off Tourist Bus for one day.
A great solution to visit Barcelona and the Camp Nou.
With this combined ticket you benefit from a whole day to discover the city by hop-on hop-off tourist bus. The open deck bus uses three routes and offers 45 stops in front of the main places of interest in the city. You get on and off the bus as often as you want, at your own pace. A wonderful way to get to know the city in one day.
The blue line - interconnected at 5 points with the other lines - drops you off in front of the Camp Nou! No more complexity to get to the Camp Nou by public transport!
With Camp Nou tickets, you visit the Stadium and the FC Barcelona Museum without wasting time and as it is free, you can also do shopping at the club shop.
Cost-effective and without any waste of time, the Combined Camp Nou skip the line ticket + Hop on Hop off Tourist Bus for one day includes:
- Access to the three lines of the official tourist bus service and its free audio guide, during a whole day.
- You can get on and off at the 45 stops located near the city's most visited tourist attractions.
- An audio guide (in English or 15 other languages) and headphones available on board the bus.
- A map and guide of the city, available in different languages.
- Coupons, with a total value of € 250.
- Blue line bus stop in front of Camp Nou
- Visit of the stadium (locker room, tunnel, field, press room, stadium...)
- Visit of the FC Barcelona Museum
- The Trophies Room
- The multimedia area
- The new Lionel Messi space
Combined Camp Nou tickets + Hop on Hop off Barcelona Tourist Bus for one day prices:
- For adults: 58€ instead of 60€
- For children from 4 to 12 years: 38€
Discover Barcelona with the hop-on hop-off bus + the bus drops you off in front of the Camp Nou that you visit with a skip the line ticket!
From € 58.00
4/ Camp Nou Guided Tour with a specialist !
On which side is Messi playing on the field? How are Barça's locker rooms? Where does Luis Suárez go when he arrives at Camp Nou? Why is the stadium called Camp Nou? You will have the answers by visiting the Camp Nou and the Museum with an F.C. Barcelona specialist! Socio of the Barça and sports journalist, Olivier Goldstein has seen more than 150 matches at Camp Nou. With him you will live the passion that emerges from this Barcelona stadium tour during an exclusive visit of two hours punctuated with videos and photos exclusively chosen for you!
« It was moving, thank you Olivier » Patrick T., France.
« Top ! The whole family loved it ! ! » Christine A., Belgique
« A must in Barcelona, whether you are a fan or not » Franck S., Suisse
Guided tour rates with a specialist
From 1 to 10 people :
- € 58 per adult (14-70 years)
- € 53 child 6-13 years and seniors plus 70 years
Group from 11 people :
- € 43 per adult (14-70 years old)
- € 35 child 6-13 years and senior plus 70 years
This price includes admission to the Museum and Camp Nou.
Camp Nou Tour Opening time:
- From January to March 18: Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 6:30pm; Sunday 10:00am - 2:30pm
- From 19 March to 16 October: 09.30am - 7.30pm
- From 17 October to 18 December: Monday - Saturday 10am – 6:30pm; Sunday 10:00am - 2:30pm
- From 19 December to 31 December: 09.30am - 7.30pm
When to visit the FC Barcelona Stadium and Museum?
- Camp Nou is open all year except January 1, January 6, September 24 and Christmas Day.
- La Liga or Copa del Rey match day: There are no visits that day. However, the museum, the trophy room, the Messi area and the panoramic view of the stadium are open until 3 hours before the start of the match.
- Champions League match day: The visit is closed the previous day and of course during match days. However, the museum, the trophy room, the Messi area and the panoramic view of the stadium are open until 3:00pm.
Learn how to get to camp nou.
Camp Nou Map: metro access and main attractions to visit
What is the Camp Nou tour Barcelona?
The Camp Nou visit is actually the discovery of three places within the club: The stadium, the museum and the shop of FC Barcelona, that's why this visit is called Camp Nou Experience!
An Overview of the tour:
1/ Visit of the Camp Nou stadium
Visiting the Camp Nou Stadium - which means "new field" in Catalan - is an immersive experience in the heart of a winning machine where everything - or almost everything - will be tuned to you! Imagine that you are a Barça player on a competition night. Like them you first discover the players' changing room, its jacuzzi then the chapel, then the players' entrance tunnel into the stadium. The emotion reaches its peak when you discover the vastness of the stadium and its lawn. In the vicinity of the most mythical football field, you have the right to sit on the benches of players and technical staff. But unlike the players your visit continues. You then climb into the stands for a panoramic view and to visit the spectator stands, the presidential stand and the press stand capable of hosting 192 print journalists, 2 television channels and some 28 radio booths. A press of which you will also be able to see the corridor reserved for the interviews after match the famous mixed zone. So there is nothing missing from this visit which continues by that of the Museum.
2/ The FC Barcelona Museum tour: A century-old club!
The FC Barcelona Museum traces the history of the Catalan club from its beginnings in 1899 until the day of your visit. Barça is one of the most successful clubs in the history of football, it is also one of the flag bearers of Catalonia and Catalanism, as indicated by its motto "Més que un club" - "More than a club" in English. The visit of the museum is therefore a discovery of his endless list of achievements but also of his players, his game, his coaches as well as the place it occupies in Catalan society that we know very concerned about a possible independence in recent years. But no politics here, all about is seeing - behind showcases - trophies like the cups of the twenty-five championships, the thirty Spanish Cups, the five Champions' Leagues, the four Winners' Cups and the three Club World Cups. A space in this museum is dedicated to Lionel Messi and his Ballons d'Or. An interactive tour with numerous multimedia installations, giant touch screens, sound installations (including game day soundtracks) and historical statistics.
Two new things to see in Camp Nou in this beginning of 2018. A virtual tour to fully appreciate the atmosphere of the stadium and a film shown on a dozen giant screens, on the last sporting achievements of the azulgranas.
3/ FC Barcelona Megastore: It's free, but watch out for expenses!
The Camp Nou Experience ends with a visit to the club's shop, which is open all year round to Barça fans. Admission is of course free. With a choice of over 3,000 items over 2000m2: official clothes, shoes, watches, books... It is the boutique in the world that offers the largest number of objects derived from the club. Good to know: you can have a jersey or football shoes personalised with your name.
"As unbeatable as a Socio or a Culé"
At the end of the day, you'll be as knowledgeable about Barcelona FC as the "Socios" the members of the club or the "Culés" - pronounced "cooley" - the fans or supporters of the club who could not afford the ticket to the matches and who attended, in the 1920s, the matches from outside the stadium, perched where they could. From the street, passers-by had an unobstructed view of their buttocks, which earned them the nickname "culé", derived from the Catalan "cul" or "buttocks".
Feeling a little hungry after visiting the stadium? Tapas,24 by chef Carles Abellan offers tapas on the nights of matches but also throughout the year... More on Where to eat next to Camp Nou.
Answers to your most frequently asked questions:
Can we attend the training sessions of the FC Barcelona players?
Unfortunately you will not attend a training match of the Barcelona football club players during the visit of the Camp Nou. Since 2008 the training is no longer done at Camp Nou but at La Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper which is located in Sant Joan Despi, 8.5 kilometers from Camp Nou. These training sessions are not open to the public. The only way to meet the champions now is to go to the Mini Estadi around January 5 of each year, date on which the blaugranas train for the only time of the year in public. The entrance ticket is 10€. Ticket to be found on the spot that day. (Check the date of this match which may be moved due to Liga calendar).
Until what time can we visit the Nou Camp?
The entrance for the Camp Nou visit closes one hour and a half before the official closing time of the whole site. This is the ideal time to visit the stadium and the museum. For example, if the official closing time is 7:30pm, you must arrive at 6pm to do the tour.
Disabled access for the Camp Nou visit ?
The visit of the Camp Nou is not suitable for the people in wheelchair due to a very large number of stairs throughout the course. Nevertheless the museum with the trophy room, the historical frieze, the Messi space as well as the panoramic view of the stadium are accessible.
The club also offers a special service for the disabled (The Specialized Services Office (OAE) available on +34 902 1899 00
Video: Visit theFC Barcelona Megastore
Video: Camp Nou Visit: Part 1
Video: Camp Nou Visit: Part 2
Photo by, Olivier Goldstein